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Title: Néoliberalisme, speculation et imaginaires locaux : la figure du santu et la fétichisation de l’argent en RDC
Authors: De Boeck, Filip
Issue Date: 24-Sep-2016
Conference: The 'Matter of Critique' Conference edition:3 location:Lusanga Research Centre for Art and Economic Inequality , Lusanga, Democratic Republic of Congo date:22-24 September 2016
Abstract: Art et inégalités économiques : la spéculation en vue
d’autres avenirs. Quel type d’organisation culturelle peut modifer les chaînes de valeurs actuelles dans la perspective de renouveler le rôle de l’art?
Comment s’approprier la spéculation sur les conséquences économiques et sociales de l’art ?
Description: From September 22 through 24, the conference “The Matter of Critique” turned the former Unilever plantation at Leverville (Lusanga) into a lively setting for addressing the compelling question: how can artistic engagement with global inequality bring sustainable economic growth to one of the most disenfranchised places in the world?


Participants included: Ariella Azoulay (Brown University, Providence), Eva Barois De Caevel (curatrice, Paris), Filip De Boeck (KU Leuven), Cécile Fromont (University of Chicago), Erick Kassongo (Centre congolais pour le développement durable), Bruno Lapika (UNIKIN, Kinshasa), Suhail Malik (Goldsmiths, London), Renzo Martens (KASK School of Arts, Gand; IHA ), Edmond Mayambo (ISP Kikwit), Elikia M’Bokolo (EHESS, Paris), Jean-François Mombia (RIAO-RDC), René Ngongo (CATPC, Lusanga), Katrien Pype (University of Birmingham, KU Leuven), Sarah Van Beurden (Ohio University).

An accompanying exhibition featured works by Sammy Baloji, CATPC, Carsten Höller, Jean Katambayi, and Luc Tuymans
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IMa
Appears in Collections:Institute for Anthropological Research in Africa

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